Figure 3. Effect of serotonin activation on waiting time during reward omission.

20 Aug 2014
Figure 3. Effect of serotonin activation on waiting time during reward omission.

Figure 3. Effect of serotonin activation on waiting time during reward omission

In the 25% of trials, a food pellet was not presented no matter how long the mice waited. Without serotonin neuron stimulation, the mice waited 12 seconds on average. The waiting time was significantly extended to about 17.5 seconds on average with the stimulation of serotonin neurons.

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